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Chateau de Bogard - Quessoy

Chateau de Bogard

Since the thirteenth century, it is at least the fourth building on the same site. The current building dates from the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. In the seventeenth century it switched to "The Noüe" family Advisors in the then powerful Breton Parliament with its seat in Rennes. Bogard has an enclosed courtyard, outbuildings, a chapel, a dovecote and a lake. Like all parliamentary members with residences in the region, Guillaume La Noüe lived mainly in his mansion in Rennes, place des lices and transformed the chateau in 1785.
Chateau de Bogard
Quessoy 22120
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The domaine forms part of a tour of le Pays de Moncontour :
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Park open all year from 15h to 17h30, closed from Friday to Monday.
Guided tours by appointment.

Code postal22120